The papers submitted must be original and have never been published anywhere (infringement of copyrights or misuse of intellectual property is solely the author’s responsibility). All submitted paper must be written in English.


Guideline for Abstract

Abstracts of no more than 250 words must be submitted upon registration on the registration page. The abstract will be reviewed and sent back to authors for correction before the full paper submission. (See “important dates” for more details)


Guideline for Full paper

  • Maximum length for full paper: 10 pages, including abstract, references, Figure and Table.
  • All submissions must be prepared as Microsoft Word document (.doc or .docx), typed on an A4 paper size using font Times New Roman 12 pts. To ensure correct settings, the use of templates which can be downloaded below is strongly encouraged.
  • Submissions can be for either ‘oral’ or ‘poster’ presentation. Please note that abstracts submitted for ‘oral’ may be accepted for ‘poster’.

MFUIC2016 fullpaper template 


Guidelines for Oral Presentation

  • Oral presentations are given in a 15 minute- slot, with approximately 12 minutes for the presentation and followed by 3 minutes for questions and answers.
  • Presentations can be in PowerPoint (.ppt, .pptx) or Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format.
  • Presentations must be prepared and delivered in English.
  • Authors responsible for oral presentation are requested to deliver their file at the registration desk before the session.


Guidelines for Poster Presentation

  • Poster presentations in this conference are Electronic Posters (E-Poster). These posters therefore do not require printing.
  • E-Poster will be displayed on a large LCD monitor in the Landscape position.
  • E-Poster must be prepared in English and can be prepared in PowerPoint (.ppt, .pptx) or Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format.
  • E-posters are advisable to consist of multiple slides. Please see the formatting tips below.
  • Authors will be given a 15 minutes slot to be at their E-Posters and/or to present their works and answer questions.
  • E-Posters must be delivered at the registration desk on 23 November 2016 from 8:00 – 10:00 am.
  • Do not intend it as an oral presentation: The intention of an E-Poster does not include attracting visitors to stay for a long oral, video, or slideshow presentation. Display elements can either loop for a minute or less, or be activated and controlled by the poster presenter on command. Remember, you are to interact with those who are interested in your E-Poster, not give a presentation to an audience.
Multiple- slide E-Poster Formatting Tips:
– Set the page setup or slide size to “On-screen show (16:9)”.
– E-Poster should be concise with design and content. Overcrowding a poster makes it difficult to read.
– Use bullet points.
– Use fonts that are large enough to read at a distance. Use a minimum font size of 14 points.
– Include the title and name(s) of the presenter(s) in larger, bolder font than the rest of the poster.
– It is advisable to organize your poster presentation in sections: Goals, Introduction, Methods, Results and Conclusions.
– Avoid using too many slides. Recommended number of slides is 8 – 10 slides.
– Provide clear labels or headings for each section of your presentation.
– Put a footer on each slide such as “Slide 1 of 6” to let the viewer who walks by mid-cycle of your slideshow know where they are in the presentation and how long they’ll wait until it begins again.
– Remember contrast. Put light-colored fonts on dark backgrounds and dark fonts on light-colored backgrounds so that your viewer can see your text clearly.
– Imbed high-quality graphics.
– Avoid hyperlinks. Internet access will not be available during your presentation.
– Sound is not permitted due to the open area in which posters will be presented.

Download : E-poster template